In this episode we’re looking at jobs stuff. We discuss lemonade stand legal fees; why Buc-ee’s is our favorite gas station; what it means to be an employee with benefits; and why killing the job interview might be more important than you think. All this and more!
In this episode we’re not slinging mud, we’re slinging food. We talk about Wes from Wynn (You want to know Wes); totally fake ice cream and lawsuits; the kind of crazy you can only get from lots of choices; mason jar chicken in the dishwasher; and Big Food’s really big problems. All that and so much more!
In this episode we sincerely hope you aren’t listening for the first time. We talk about a fake oops in Kansas City; what happens when an Amazon Delivery Driver makes an unscheduled pickup; more weird stories from WestJet and Air Canada; a company on Kickstarter failed… SURPRISE!; and the pointlessness of reading some definitions. All of this and more from your favorite non-Photoshopped podcasters.
In this episode, right wrongs of the most recent episode by removing Scott from his role as producer. Now that sanity has been restored we can talk about inappropriate trailers to play prior to sweet, innocent, animated films made for children; the best gift for showing up on a podcast; Starbucks refusing to fill in the wage gap; why the new Google Assistant is sign of the end times; and, seriously Facebook, is there anything you won’t stoop to doing? All this, a made up word and more!
In this episode, we discuss the proper ratio of queso to guacamole as it regards customer service problems. We also talk about GDPR; Captcha in real life; subscribing to a car and how that’s different than leasing; passive aggressive feedback to God; the problem with reselling digital photocopiers; an app that helps blind people see; and Uber food delivery by drone. All this, a made up word and so much more.
In this episode, we wind up, dress appropriately, and unleash some ProTips for you. We talk about American Airlines psych-out; the importance of simplicity in corporate policies; using social media to quit social media; Bloombergs new diversity and equality rules; and what are our best two or eighteen tips for starting a business?
In this episode, we explain why you should never leave a suitcase full of pepperoni on your hotel balcony. We also talk about breaking old habits in Vegas; T-Mobile’s latest lawsuit; the blackest black and pinkest pink; what happens when you invest in customer service. All this, a listener question and so much more.
In this episode, we pass along some salient wisdom to this spring’s recent graduates. There’s also a story about cocaine and so much more. Trust us: If you’re a recent graduate – and even if you aren’t – all you need to know you’ll learn in this episode.